Adopting an Electronic Health Record (EHR) system is no longer an option, but an obligation. If your practice does not do so, you’ll be subject to penalties that will increase as time progresses.
Additionally, you will be deprived of the incentive payments that many of your competitors are benefiting from. However, with several hundred EHR vendors to select from, you require an EHR pricing and vendor comparison to make the right decision.
While the most important component of most decisions is price and costing, you still must develop an initial plan to determine which EHR vendor is appropriate including the how-much-will-it-cost-me component.
First you need to limit the number of vendors on your option base. For doing so, you will first need to identify several vendors based on your personal knowledge, market research and on recommendations of other physicians.
Look at the software and hardware their systems require. For example…
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